Why does an HDMI cable make a difference with my TV's operation?
I have a Samsung HL67A750 67-Inch 1080p LED Powered DLP HDTV. Depending on what brand HDMI cable I use, I can access different video functions in the picture adjustment menu (i.e. HDMI black level adjust). I thought HDMI cables were pretty much the same.
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Is ur tv a CRT tube type of a analouge tv u are asking?Yes than the tv don't have HDMI inputs hubs for HDMI cables connections.Only some projection tvs,all plasma,LCD and LED tvs have HDMI inputs hubs only and able give ur tv incomming signals HD 1080i for a broadcasting and HD pictures or throught a HD boxes or games devices like Xbox or Playstation 3 devices to get HD output picture for like 1080p.
If you have replaced cable, and it does it on all hdmi inputs, Then it's the hdmi ic on the main logic board. The hdmi ic's are smdi ic's and are hard to replace. Might be easiest to get a new main digital board. You can componet input it has the same resolution as hdmi, You can use that.
Select TV input, Press Menu, Select Channel, in menu Antenna=Cable (for you), (then perhaps, Auto Program with Cable or Air+Cable), tweak Channel List, turn on LNA if needed, shouldn't be.
Somewhere there may be different modulations, some offset the channel a fraction and are important for channels above 13. I'm basing this on my non-cable Samsung HL-T5687.
BTW, I had an HLS until it gave trouble, paid for an upgrade to LED from bulb when I got HLT. Very pleased, until it fails.
This more or less means you have a bad hdmi plug, unlug it from your cable box and watch what it does if your tv automatically goes to the waiting screen and the white dots re apear its The hdmi plug, so the hdmi plug needs to be replaced...they arent cheap maybe 40-75.oo depending on how nice of pic you want
Use the original composite (yellow, red, white) cable that came with the PS3 and connect to a composite input on the TV. This way you can see the setting for the PS3 and make your changes. Hope this helps
HDMI = High Definition Media Interface
DVI = Digital Video Interface
That kind of conflict (that's what it is) is tough for any one company to assist you on since it involves two manufacturers.
If you are very lucky, you might get help from a tech who has already stumbled across the same equipment complement.